The Impromptu line from the trio of Robert Caldwell, Tony Bellatto and Jaclyn Sears will add another new limited edition in June, a Dominican-made release called Stout.
Bellatto recently shared news of the new release with halfwheel, saying that “after tasting all of these amazing notes combined, I realized they all are flavors found in almost every stout beer. When I came across these cigars with Caldwell in the D.R., I knew they were going to be a hit. Specifically because of my love for craft beer, wine and spirits. The cigars complement all three very well, especially a nice Imperial Stout.”
The Impromptu Stout comes from Tabacalera William Ventura in the Dominican Republic and is limited to just 5,000 cigars. It uses a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper, Sumatra binder and a filler blend of tobaccos from Nicaragua, Dominican Republic and Honduras. Like the rest of the Impromptu releases, it is available in a single corona vitola that measures 5 3/4 x 42 with an closed foot.
Pricing is slated to be around $11.50 per cigar, with the Impromptu Stout packed in five-packs with an MSRP of $57.50. Bellatto said that the Impromptu Stout will be available at Havana House and NewHavanaCigars.com, as well as some additional retailers that have yet to be announced.